Biography All Music Guide
All Music Guide:
Folk-pop singer/songwriter Boo Hewerdine first surfaced in 1983 in the Cambridge, England-based group the Great Divide; two years later, he founded cult favorites the Bible, releasing a pair of acclaimed albums (Walking the Ghost Back Home and Eureka) and scoring a minor hit single with "Honey Be Good" before disbanding the group in 1988. From there Hewerdine teamed with Texas performer Darden Smith for 1989's well-regarded Evidence, followed in 1992 by his true solo debut, Ignorance. After briefly reforming the Bible, he returned in 1996 with Baptist Hospital; Thanksgiving followed three years later.